Botanical Patterns by Luisa Rivera

The botanical patterns below are by London-based artist and illustrator Luisa Rivera. A few of her clients include; The New York Times, Oxford American and Deloitte. She has also has published four picture books, the most recent one being La Pimpinela Escarlata published by Penguin Random House Group Editorial (Spain) in 2016.


“The Harvest is a botanical pattern inspired by the ​time of ​year when ​crops are ​cut and ​collected from the ​fields.”


“The William Morris is a botanical pattern I created inspired by the artist William Morris, who began designing wallpapers in the 1860s.”


“The Garden is a pattern I created based on the details you can find in your own backyard.”


“Rococo Madness is a botanical pattern inspired by Rococo style.”


“Winter & Spring is a botanical pattern inspired by the transition between these two seasons, when flowers are starting to bloom, but the weather is still rainy and even gray.”


“Opium Poppy is a botanical pattern.”

Via: Luisa Rivera

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